Threat actors weaponize and exploit almost everything they can get their hands on, from hostnames, subdomains, and open ports to countless other resources. They can turn endpoints into entry points, endlessly giving birth to attack vectors and continuously expanding attack surfaces. One way to keep up is to increase attack surface visibility. But the Internet has many blind spots that can obstruct your view of connectivity-reliant IT ecosystems. To ensure real-time DNS asset discovery and monitoring, multilateral domain attribution, and single point of failure detection, you need all the transparency you can get to create, monitor, and prioritize an expanding inventory of every possible attack vector.
Extensive and continuous attack surface visibility requires an unbridled view of the DNS for complete Internet asset discovery and monitoring. You need to take your blinders off and get Internet-wide visibility for accurate asset vulnerability and configuration assessment. WHOIS, domain, IP, and other Internet intelligence sources are critical additions to your existing and evolving attack surface intelligence, helping you—and everyone relying on you—keep up with your ever-growing attack surface.